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ago and they almost brought us to the brink of disaster on that. i'm worried that washington even under remarkable pressure doesn't always do the right thing. i'm not satisfied now that the fiscal cliff is getting the love that it deserves. everybody is talking about it, it's the first order of business. nobody in washington is talking about anything else right now. so i think everybody gets this is very serious. i just want to remind people the u.s. is growing at 2% right now. that is not very strong. the fiscal cliff, if we went over it, could take 3.5% off of that taking us down to 1.5% negative growth and that is a recession. >> there's something interesting happening among, i would say, progressives. there's a lot of talk about compromise from the major players but let's talk about what progressives are saying. there was an op-ed in "the new york times" saying the president shouldn't do anything about the fiscal cliff. he writes this is definitely no time to negotiate a grand bargain on the budget that snatches defeat from the jaws of victory. jessica yellin, this is the coun
dynamic as the old congress, but there's a new optimism in washington about solving our problems. >> we want an agreement. we want an agreement. >> i'm open to compromise. i'm open to new ideas. >> i think it's important for us to come to an agreement with the president. >> and that starts with the fiscal cliff. we've sounded the warning. >> job destruction that would happen under the fiscal cliff. >> economic growth is at 2%. this only hurts it. >> on the edge of a fiscal cliff. >> could do some very bad things to the economy. >> but how should you prepare for this scary scenario or for any deals washington makes to avoid it? it's about getting back to basics. taxes, investments, savings, retirement, jobs, the things that made americans secure in the past are no longer guarante guarantees. now a prosperous future depends on knowledge and a solid plan. remember, smart is the new rich. while there's uncertainty in the broader economy, your personal economy can still thrive. washington, wall street, main street, all trying to figure out what the tax bill is going to look like. most republ
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